I ran into a number of issues when building this machine, the biggest one was an electrical short caused by the stock screws and power supply mount. This was remedied by removing the removable power supply bracket that came with the case, this bracket was used to make the power supply mounting tool less.
The other culprit of the electrical short circuiting was the thumb screws that came included with the case to mount the motherboard to the standoffs. When you mount the motherboard with the thumbscrews it causes random losses of power which will cause system restarts every few minutes without any major blue screen errors leaving you scratching your head. The fix for this was to replace the stock screws with standard computer mounting screws.
One of the really neat things with this case is that it uses a two zone design. This design separates a large number of your drives from the rest of the system which helps to keep the overall system cool.
In practice, this worked really well. The split zone design also made cable management a bit easier by allowing me to use the full length of my cables. I tested the strength of the cooling in zone one by placing 3 drives in the drive cage, 2 Western Digital VelociRaptors and a 2TB Segate barracuda XT. Once I had all the drives in and everything set up with it I was very surprised at how well the single fan kept them cool.